On April, 28, 2022, Green Market Report held its first-ever Women’s Summit. During the event, the Women’s Leadership Awards were announced and presented to the winners. Over the next two weeks, we will highlight each of these winners and congratulate them on their contributions to the cannabis industry.
Women’s Leadership for MSO’s
Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility, Curaleaf
Khadijah Tribble is a highly respected expert on equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry and has advised cannabis investors, government regulators, entrepreneurs, and businesses on policy, business development, and community impact. She is the Senior VP of Corporate Social Responsibility for Curaleaf (OTC: CURLF), a leading multi-state cannabis operator that employs over 5,600 people across the United States. Throughout her career, Khadijah has championed lifting up disadvantaged communities while creating and executing Rooted in Good, which is one of the most robust corporate social responsibility programs in and out of cannabis. She helps to normalize cannabis, cannabis giving, and entrepreneurship in mainstream social impact discussions. As a part of Curaleaf’s Rooted in Good program, Khadijah leads progress against many of its goals including the company’s 420×25 Supplier Diversity Initiative with a goal to do business with 420 new cannabis brands, ancillary suppliers, and advocacy organizations from underrepresented communities by 2025. The company is now working with 100 new and diverse partners and suppliers just one year into the program. In 2021, Rooted in Good donated $2,400,000 to strategic partner organizations across the country on behalf of Curaleaf and Select brands.
Prior to joining Curaleaf, Ms. Tribble founded Marijuana Matters, a cannabis education and advocacy incubator, and is also the founder of the Marijuana Policy Trust (MPT), a think tank providing expertise toward building an inclusive and diverse cannabis industry. Khadijah is a social activist and policy strategist who received her MPA from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2018.